You may have read an announcement or two about The Falloutfinishing up this year after a couple more editions.I’m going to ask you now to
reading those announce-ments.My wish to end The Fallout was simply because I didn’t want toburn it out. However, this beast has now been gutted, rebuilt,and replenished, thus giving me the motivation to continue. As you can see, the magazine has undergone many new changes.Not only does it look different, it contains more (and slightly varied) content. I often feltprevious editions were “restrained” from their full potential with all the content being squeezed into a thirty-page limit. This time around, I decided to save up some extra money,take some more time in putting it together, and not give a shit about how many pages it’dtake up.I was also beginning to get restless with only interviewing bands for each edition. There’smore to Australia’s metal scene than just bands playing metal. My new aim is to cover themetal scene from all angles as well as bands, as well as some extra shit that the average metal-head can relate to.Because of The Fallout’s new mutations, future editions will be coming out less as frequently as the last eight, but hopefully with the bigger editions there’ll be enough reading material tomake up for your lengthy waits.I’d like to thank everyone who has stuck by this magazine for the last two years (four if youcount the days back when it was a badly-produced photocopied newsletter), and those whosent me some very encouraging emails when it was announced that I was going to bring thismagazine to an end… you know who you are and I heartily appreciate the support. We’re always on the lookout for new contributors to The Fallout. If anyone wishes to help usout with material, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries.I hope you all continue to read and enjoy The Fallout Magazine in it’s new guise as much as Ienjoy putting it together. After all, if I wasn’t enjoying putting this magazine together I wouldnot be doing it at all. Australia doesn’t have enough printed metal zines, and people need something to read on thetrain to and from work.Enjoy reading,
You’ll also notice that Extreem Dave (the fervent little column writer from Editions 3-6 who couldn’t tell the difference between black metal and Slipknot) has returned. This time we’ve given him a much more substantial job. Look out for him somewhere in these pages.
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THE FALLOUT MAGAZINE - EDITION NINE.Editor:
This issue’s contributors:
Liam Guy, Scott, Jeremy Zigenbine, Brad Swart., Extreem Dave.
With a little extra help from:
Ash Jones, Stoner, Vo and Dom Simpson, and Cameron Edney.
Front cover design:
Brad Swart - [www.myspace.com/cxg945]
Scott for the interviews, Jeremy for the photos, and Brad for the very cool front cover!Great work dudes! All the bands and people we interviewed who helped shape the zine, as well as ChrisMaric from RIOT and Andrew Haug from STOMP for hooking us up with some of the interviews. Thanks to the boys from Obsidian Records, Dave from Asphyxiate Recordings, Gorgoroth from Bat-tlegod Productions, Pyro from Stigmartyr Records, Michel from Khaaranus Productions, Faith fromBrismetal.com Records, and Brad and Dysie from Prime Cuts Music. Thanks to Mousey and V at MOHEntertainment, Kent Haines, Matt and Adz from Cacophonous Entertainment, Bridie and the BrutalBallet Company, Matt Willis and the Association for Australian Heavy Metal, Dave Wolff and Auto-eroticasphyxium, “Lemmy” from Melbourne, Vo, Dom and Darker Half, Ash Jones from Rave Maga-zine, Hoops and 4zzz fm, Steve at Symphonies of Steel, Cameron Edney from InsideOut, Stoner, JoshGuinan, Damo from LGL, Sampy and Rock Dead Beat, Danger Coolidge from Unbelievably Bad, andBrian Fischer-Griffin from Loud Australia. Thanks also go out to these people: Tammy Wylde, Sayo, Angel from Underworld Realm, Mishkamez (thanks for inspiring me to come up with this issue’s slo-gan!), Joshulus, Comrade Kyall (are you rigid?), Arix, Ian Hard, Sam and James, Sinclair Newey, Chops,Ink, Loki and the StepInn DJs, Parkerchu, and anyone else who has helped me and/or supported me with this zine in one way or another throughout the years. Also thanks to you, the reader.
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Now, here’s the part where I write down those things called“disclaimers”. All views and opinions expressed by personsinterviewed are not necessarily the same of the interviewers orcontributors of The Fallout Magazine (unless otherwisestated). Similarly, all views and opinions expressed by onecontributor of The Fallout Magazine are not necessarily thesame as another contributor (unless otherwise stated). If any-one has any criticism or disputes, please make sure its directedat the RIGHT person. Thanks.